Georgia's A.J. Green and Alabama's Julio Jones are clearly the top two wide receivers in the 2011 class. Both are likely top-15 picks, and although we're hearing from people around the league that Jones is closing the gap on Green, we still rank Green as the top prospect at the position.
There is a drop-off after the top two, but the class is also plenty deep. Eight receivers on our board carry second-round grades, and there are values to be had. Look for a run on receivers to begin at some point in the second, with the three players below among the most intriguing of the bunch.
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